100% of donations go toward our athletes and their needs in the pursuit of their running and racing goals. Through donations we fund racing entries, travel and lodging for competitions. As a certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit group, your financial support is tax deductible. Please contact us with any questions or proposals or donate to our cause here:
ALL TEAM SPONSORS
If it weren’t for the support of our sponsors we wouldn’t be able to dedicate as much of ourselves to the sport. We show our love the best way we know how: exposure, social media, spreading word of their remarkable skill-sets, product feedback, pacing, running or swimming related coaching, and on. The following sponsors offer a variety of incentives to help our team race and train at the level it does.
Rolfing practitioner Brad Jones helps people of all walks of life find new joy in using their bodies. Brad is one of the main reasons we’re able to endure hard training. He assists in injury prevention and expedites healing of our various injuries by looking at the whole body and its individual patterns.
Fairhaven Runners is a running/walking lifestyle store that offers expertise and professional help with getting the right type of shoe, apparel or accessories for optimal performance. Fairhaven Runners offers personal gait analysis, custom fitting and expert help from staff that genuinely cares about your comfort and well-being.
Runningwarehouse.com was “…founded in 2005 by a small group of experienced runners whose sole goal was to bring the best possible shopping experience to all running enthusiasts…” Your one-stop online retailer for everything running: running shoes, running apparel, accessories and more!
The Bellingham Bay Marathon is one of BDP’s leading partnerships, with BDP providing pacers since 2014 for the 1/2 and full marathon. The race also proudly benefits the Bellingham Bay Swim Team, the Whatcom Rangers and other local youth non-profit organizations. We appreciate our relationship with the race and its organizers, as their support helps fund our cross country season each year.
RRCA is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to distance running. The mission of the RRCA is to promote the development and growth of running clubs, running events, and supporting the common interests of runners throughout the country at all stages in life. As part of RRCA, BDP is a nonprofit organization.
“Located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Honey Stinger makes nutritious and great tasting honey-based foods including energy bars, protein bars, energy gels, organic waffles, organic chews, kids specific snacks and our very own Organic Wildflower Honey. Fueling more than just the country’s top cyclists, runners, triathletes and teams, Honey Stinger products may be found at specialty sporting goods retailers, natural food grocers and honeystinger.com.”
Nuun is leading the way in portable hydration with electrolyte enhanced drink tabs designed to keep you hydrated no matter where your lifestyle takes you. With a wide range of products, Nuun has aided in many a mountain run and marathon workout for the members of BDP.
David Larpenteur has been sponsored by Hammer Nutrition since 2012, and uses Hammer products exclusively for training and racing. It is Hammer’s goal to “help people attain the highest degree of health and performance using a holistic approach to nutrition and fueling.” Some of David’s favorite Hammer products include Hammer Heed, Recoverite and Endurolyte Fizz.
Corrine Malcolm is sponsored by Salomon, “a sports equipment manufacturing company that originated in Annecy, France…Salomon produces products for various sports markets, including trail running, hiking, climbing, adventure racing…in over 40 countries on five continents.”
Maria Dalzot is sponsored by La Sportiva, whose mission it is to “bring you the best technical products to explore the outdoors…Produced and designed in a small mountain town at the foot of the Dolomites, La Sportiva supports 140 families in a unique and enviable environment…” Creating products that “let you go where you dream to go, do what you dream to do and live how you want to live.”
Maria Dalzot is sponsored by Trail Butter, which started in 2012 as jars of nut butter blends from a bike-powered pop up cart at Farmer’s Markets in Portland, OR. Their mission is to “create delicious, all-natural energy food alternatives that provide balanced, slow-burning energy in a convenient portable package, all while using only unprocessed, whole-food ingredients.”